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Diplomas Awarded

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Present diplomas awarded

The following diploma combinations are available. Only in exceptional cases will combinations different to these be allowed.

1. Specialisation Asset Management Leadership: For the leader of Asset Management Departments.

Course Credits
 C902: Leadership in Asset Management 16
 C501: Maintenance Shutdown & Project Management 16
 S801: Reliability Centred Maintenance 8
 S808: Asset Management Logistics 8
 S803: Root Cause Failure Analysis 12
 S804 Decision Making in Maintenance 12
 S805: Maintenance Control 6
 S813: Assets: Economical Replacement and Life Cycle Management 12
Final Project 32
Total  122

 

2. Specialisation Maintenance Planning: For anyone who wants to become a planning expert.

Course Credits
 C301: Maintenance Planning 16
 C302: Advanced Maintenance Planning 16
 C501: Maintenance Shutdown & Project Management 16
 C903: RCM Facilitation and Analysis 16
 S803: Root Cause Failure Analysis 12
 S804: Decision-making in Maintenance 12
Final Project 32
Total 120

3. Specialisation Asset Management Engineering: Provides the Engineer with a wide array of knowledge. This includes Reliability and Management aspects, as well as Root Cause Analysis, Decision Making, and Life Cycle Costing.

Course Credits
 C901: Maintenance Practice for Asset Management Engineers 20
 C702: Reliability Engineering in Asset Management
16
 C904: Advanced Reliability Centred Maintenance 20
 S801: Reliability Centred Maintenance 8
 S803: Root Cause Failure Analysis 12
 S813: Assets: Economical Replacement and Life Cycle Management 12
Final Project 32
Total 120

4. Specialisation Asset Management Practice: For the practician that wants a broad Planning and Control knowledge of the total Asset Management field. The objective is to assist Asset Management organisations with Asset Management System implementation. Ideal for Asset Management Consultants.

Course Credits
 C201: Asset Management for Maintenance Supervisors 12
 C301: Maintenance Planning 16
 C902: Leadership in Asset Management 16
 S801: Reliability Centred Maintenance 8
 S805: Maintenance Control 6
 S808: Maintenance Logistics 8
 S820: What is Asset Management and how does it differ from
            Maintenance?
6
 S821: Understanding ISO 55000 8
 S822: Implementing ISO 55000 8
Final Project 32
Total 120

 

5. Specialisation Asset Management Excellence: For the Engineer that wants to specialise and become an expert leader in Asset Management.

Course Credits
 C702: Reliability Engineering in Asset Management 16
 C901: Maintenance Practice for Asset Management Engineers 20
 C902: Leadership in Asset Management
16
 C904: RCM ProAktiv: Advanced Reliability Centred Maintenance 20
 S801: Reliability Centred Maintenance
8
 S808: Maintenance Logistics 8
Final Project 32
Total 120

6. Specialisation Asset Management Practitioner: For the practioner that wants to have a full understanding of the total practical scope of Asset Management - ideally suited for practical supervisory Asset Management practitioners, such as Maintenance Superintendents / General Foremen / Chief Planners.

Course Credits
 C101: Asset Management for Artisans 6
 C201: Asset Management for Maintenance Supervisors 12
 C301: Maintenance Planning
16
 C302: Advanced Maintenance Planning 16
 S501: Maintenance Shutdown and Project Management
16
 S801: Reliability Centred Maintenance 8
 S805: Maintenance Control 6
 S808: Maintenance Logistics 8
Final Project 32
Total 120

 

Any choices of courses and specialisation different to the above is subject to approval by the College Staff, led by the acting College Registrar, mrs Annerie Terblanche (see rules page).

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